- Directors: Take the high ground. Johnson, David W. // NACD Directorship;Apr2002, Vol. 28 Issue 4, p1
Focuses on the elements of good corporate governance as an identifying factor for top-performing companies. Role of company chief executives who also serve as chairmen of their boards; Discussion on board competence; Importance of director evaluations; Significance of encouraging executives to...
- Raising Confidence in the East. Hodges, J. // Internal Auditor;Jun2001, Vol. 58 Issue 3, p13
Unveils the activities and moves presented by three government officials from different Asian countries aimed at improving the corporate governance of their national companies. Laura Cha, vice chairwoman of the China Securities Regulatory Commission; Singapore Finance Minister Richard Hu Tsu...
- Gorillas in Our Midst. Rudolph, Benjamin H. // BioPharm International;Aug2002, Vol. 15 Issue 8, p58
Discusses the advantage of having a high-powered talent to the company's board. Trend of acquiring talent first and venture capital money second; Provision of leadership and corporate guidance to young companies; Role of a high-profile talent in negotiating deals.
- The quality of corporate governance in South Africa: comparing the parastatal and listed industrial. van Wyk, Mike F. // South African Journal of Business Management;Jun99, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p48
The quality of corporate governance service in the parastatal (also called public entity) and listed industrial company sectors of the South African economy was assessed. The assessment was done using newly developed service quality assessment instruments. The reliability of the findings on the...
- Growth Potential. McGrath, James; Kroeger, Fritz // Executive Excellence;Feb2001, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p18
Examines strategies for corporate growth. Choice of ventures; Measurement and management of bottom line; Management of internal and external expectations; Growth goals for companies; Ways of overcoming growth limits.
- EDITORIAL. // Director;Mar2001, Vol. 54 Issue 8, p11
Editorial. Comments on the problems of running a corporation. Suggestions for chief executive officers; Increased awareness and activism among shareholders.
- `A Finely Tuned Instrument'. Carver, John; Carver, Miriam // Credit Union Management;Jul99, Vol. 22 Issue 7, p54
Part III. Focuses on the governance process policies of Policy Governance boards. Purpose of governance process policies; Function of the board-management linkage category; Views on the board's policy.
- CORPORATE GOVERNANCE DIGEST. Daily, Catherine M.; Dalton, Dan R. // Business Horizons;Mar/Apr2000, Vol. 43 Issue 2, p4
Provides an overview of several empirical researches addressing corporate governance issues. Activities of corporate boards; Progress of women executives in the United States; Potential benefits of established director networks.
- Corporate Applications Integration: Challenges, Opportunities, and Implementation Strategies. Huang, Albert; Yen, David C.; Chou, David C.; Xu, Yurong // Journal of Business & Management;Spring2003, Vol. 9 Issue 2, p137
Analysis various corporate applications integration. Review of literature on corporate applications; Potential opportunities and challenges inherent in the integration process; Risk reduction strategies and opportunities.